Which prominent trainer from today is pictured above, in a Western equitation class from the late 1970s?

A) Steve Metcalf.

B) Charlie Cole.

C) Todd Crawford.

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ANSWER: If you picked Charlie Cole, a blue ribbon to you! That’s the popular all-around trainer looking sharp in a rail shot from the late 1970s. Today, his Highpoint Performances Horses in Pilot Point, Texas, is one of the top barns in the nation. Charlie has trained more than 50 American Quarter Horse Association world champions, plus he’s a multi-carded judge. Find out how you can participate in his brand-new Virtual Horse Show at the Highpoint Performances Horses Facebook page.

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